Luchezar Boyadjiev

Re-building the World of Images. 1991-2019
Curated by Iara Boubnova and Theodore Markoglou

30 June - 27 September, 2020

MOMus – Metropolitan Organisation of Museums of Visual Arts of Thessaloniki
Museum of Contemporary Art-Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art and State Museum of Contemporary Art Collections 
154 Egnatia Av. (TIF-Helexpo premises) 
54636 Thessaloniki
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Luchezar Boyadjiev
100 Ways to Live a Minute
online project

curated by Olga Shishko

Featuring: Moscow needs a lift (to grow up)” (2014–2020)

Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts

Luchezar Boyadjiev
Liuben and friends
group exhibition

18 June - 30 August  2020

The Sofia Arsenal - MCA
2, "Cherni Vryh" blv.



Luchezar Boyadjiev
Artists Respond
online project

Partipating artists (so far): Philip Corner, Eulàlia Grau, Bálint Szombathy, Ilya & Emilia Kabakov, Sándor Pinczehelyi, Vasily Slonov, David Nez, Michail Grobman, Eric Andersen, Igor Makarevich, Santiago Sierra, Milan Knížák, Artur Barrio, Autopsia, Dan Perjovschi, Miloš Šejn, Deimantas Narkevičius, Damir Muratov, Sérgio Leitão, Francisco Infante-Arana, Kirsten Justesen,  Babi Badalov,  Tehching Hsieh, Andres Serrano, Hanaa Malallah, Stelarc, Roi Vaara, Ludo Mich, Ilija Šoškić,Jan Fabre, Luchezar Boyadjiev, Hermann Nitsch, Srečo Dragan, Margot Pilz, Bartolomé Ferrando, Józef Robakowsk, Ferhat Özgür, Zhang Huan Nanda Vigo, Pascale Marthine Tayou, Xiao Lu, Renate Bertlmann, Carrie Mae Weems, Zdzisław Sosnowski

Institute for the Research of the Avant-Garde
Vale Vouka 7, 10 000, Zagreb, Croatia
Mobile: 0038598 1794 458

Pravdoliub Ivanov
The world has not stopped spinning
group exhibition
curated by Stefka Tsaneva 

Iskra Blagoeva & Stela Vasileva, Ketty Marinova & Stefan Prohorov, Krassimir Terziev, Milena Georgieva, Ottjörg A.C., Pravdoliub Ivanov 

Featuring: Pravdoliub Ivanov
Natural Fear, 2014 -16,
HD video, sound, 2’30”
Photo: Sariev gallery

18 June - 31 July, 2020

Goethe-Institut Bulgaria


Nedko Solakov
100 Ways to Live a Minute
online project
curated by Olga Shishko

Featuring: Nedko Solakov and His Body Control

Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts


Nedko Solakov
Reflections of our Time: Acquisitions of the MoCAB 1993-2019
group show
Curators committee

June– September 2020

Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrad 
Belgrade Ušće 10, blok 15, 11070 Novi Beograd, Serbia

Nedko Solakov
The Artist-Collector's Dream (a nice thing)
solo exhibition

22 February  - 21 June 2020

Galleria Continua
San Gimignano

Nedko Solakov
Instagram Live Drawing Session: Nedko Solakov
online project

15 May 2020

The Drawing Center
New York

Live drawing session


Kamen Stoyanov

18 June - 20 August, 2020

Participating with the short film IN-VISIBLE, 2018
cooproduction with City Gallery Ljubljana

Das weisse haus Vienna
Hegelgasse 14
1010 Vienna

Kamen Stoyanov


With works by Iris Blauensteiner, Mirjam Bromundt, Enar de Dios Rodríguez, Nathalie Koger, Luiza Margan, Olena Newkryta, Lydia Nsiah, Simona Obholzer, Christiana Perschon, Marlies Pöschl, Hanna Schimek, Viktoria Schmid, Miae Son, Katharina Swoboda & Kamen Stoyanov, Lisa Truttmann
Compiled by Olena Newkryta and Lydia Nsiah

Katharina Swoboda & Kamen Stoyanov participating with the work Cleaning the Black Sea (2018-2019, 2 min)

28 May – 3 June, 2020, from 7:00 to 9:30 pm



Kamen Stoyanov
The Crown of the Corona, Part I 
an international exhibition in the online spaces of Artqol

curated by Boris Kostadinov

Valio Tchenkov and  Voin de Voin
online project

13 March, 2020 - ongoing

+359 Gallery
21 Galichitza str.
Sofia, Bulgaria

Martina Vacheva

Crack Up – Crack Down
group exhibition
Curated by Slavs and Tatars with Michał Grzegorzek

A consideration of “the graphic” as verb as well as noun explored at the 33rd Ljubljana Biennial comes to the Ujazdowski Castle Center for Contemporary Art in Warsaw for a more polarized Polish context.

Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Hamja Ahsan, Pablo Bronstein, Cevdet Erek, Arthur Fournier with Raphael Koenig, Martine Gutierrez, Flaka Haliti, Stane Jagodič, Zhanna Kadyrova, Sachiko Kazama, Dozie Kanu, KRIWET, Ella Kruglanskaya, Tala Madani, Marlie Mul, Woody de Othello, Alenka Pirman with KULA, Amanda Ross-Ho, Lin May Saeed, Top lista nadrealista, Endre Tot, Anna Uddenberg, Martina Vacheva, Nicole Wermers, Giorgi Xaniashvili, XIYADIE, Honza Zamojski, and Bolesław Chromry, Rafał Dominik, Łukasz Kozak, Maria Magdalena Kozłowska, Lubomir Grzelak, Jana Shostak with Jakub Jasiukiewicz, Mikołaj Sobczak, Jacqueline Sobiszewski, Justyna Stasiowska, Ewa Tatar and Andrzej Szpindler

Opening 19 June 2020

Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art

Voin de Voin

Junge Akademie: Laboratory of Contested Space/Art & Truthtelling
online laboratory
Curated by Lynn Takeo Musiol and the JUNGE AKADEMIE

Tatiana Bazzichelli, Göksu Kunak aka Gucci Chunk, Lynn Takeo Musiol, Luiza Prado, Mykola Ridnyi, Cemile Sahin, Eva Tepest, Christian Tschirner, Voin de Voin 

Starts 27 May 2020

Akademie der Künste

Facebook event
Akademie der Künste program
[in German and English]

Artist's studio at Sariev
selected artist 
Maria Nalbantova
13 May - 13 June

On May 1, 2020 Sariev announced an open call - Studio at SARIEV Gallery for artists of all ages. The invitation aims to support the re-opening of the art scene and the work of the creators while the gallery is preparing to welcome visitors again after the COVID-19 epidemic. The support includes: providing a work space in the gallery for the artist and a budget for materials. The selected artist will turn the space of Sariev gallery into a studio for a certain period of time. At the end of the period and at the request of the artist we will organize a presentation of his/her works for a weekend. 

The first selected artist to work at Sariev gallery between 13 May  - 13 June is Maria Nalbantova.

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Studio hopping with...

In the new section of Sariev's website we will take you with us to the studios of artists we work with and we will present you together with them a project or work in development.

We are opening this section with represented by Sariev artsit Luchezar Boyadjiev.

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Ask Sariev Friday
Ongoing initiative
Every Friday

#AskSarievFriday #ShareWithSarievFriday #SarievHotLineFriday

Contact us and ask us any question related to art.

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Facebook event here

Drifting East
A journeyman’s travelogue
by Paul Voggenreiter 

"Five countries. Seven cities."Drifting East - A journeyman’s travelogue" is the documentation of a journey through Southeast Europe. Inspired by an old ongoing craftsman tradition, the"Journeyman Years", I offered my expertise as a graphic designer outside of my usual environment. In the period from 16 September to 20 December 2018, it came to various collaborations with artists and cultural workers in Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, Bulgaria and Romania. Pursuant to the tradition of the "Journeyman", I received accommodation, a job and an authentic insight into the working and living conditions of young independent art institutions, artists and cultural workers in Southeast Europe." 

Paul Voggenreiter 


Paul Voggenreiter is a German graphic designer and researcher based in Europe. His clients scope ranges from the fields of art and culture to small businesses and individuals. He focusses on digital and printed matter, developing books and publications, visual identities, websites, moving images and motion design. In addition to his commissioned work, he occasionally initiates cross-national cooperation projects. After finishing his Bachelor studies at the free University of Bolzano, Italy in 2011 he co-founded the design studio Hirn Faust Auge, Berlin, which he ran until 2016. In 2019 he received a Master of Fine Arts specialising in graphic design and typography at Klasse Grafik, HFBK University of Fine Arts Hamburg.

He currently lives in Plovdiv, Bulgaria working for various clients all over Europe as well as continuing his work in the Balkan region collaborating with local artists and cultural institutions.
Paul Voggenreiter also spent some time with Martina Vacheva, Mitch Brezounek and Dimitar Shopov. He visited their studios and wrote quite interesting stories about his experience in Plovdiv and the time spent with the artists.

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We kindly recommend you to check the video - Rudi Ninov - Artist talk - "Material and media specifics in early animated Cinema"

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What would the cultural sector in Europe look like after the pandemic?
Art after the pandemic, cancelled events and new opportunities for the artist in Paris
Talk with Stefan Nikolaev about art after the pandemic and his new installation DEADLINE 

watch the broadcast
[in Bulgarian]

Nedko Solakov: Just see fireflies reappear
Interview with Nedko Solakov

read the interview
[in Bulgarian]

Аrt is "public" not only when we see it on the outer walls of buildings
Luchezar Boyadjiev answers the question: How do you think the independent scene in Bulgaria should be supported - in and out of the context of the crisis caused by the coronavirus?

Rubric: Culture in times of crisis
read here
[in Bulgarian and German]

Luchezar Boyadjiev
Culture in a state of emergency

Culture Center SU
watch the video
[in Bulgrian]


Incredible tales of a Modern Bulgarian: Challenging the established canons of taste
Artworks in the article by Martina Vacheva

This is Badland magazine
issue No.4 


Open Arts Foundation at the head of our social channels today
Cause: Art #egoinstatakeover
read the article
[in Bulgarian]

SPECIAL FEATURE: #sarievselfisolation

Art Viewer
read the article
[in English]

Our social networks are in the hands of Sariev gallery today
Cause: Art #egoinstatakeover
read the article
[in Bulgarian]

Тhe hardships of art entrepreneurship

Economy Magazine
read the article
[in Bulgarian]
read the article
[in English]

Interview with Vesselina Sarieva

Bulgarian National Television
watch the interview
stars at 32:41
[in Bulgarian]

Not cancelled East x South. Finding alternatives online

METAL magazine
read the article
[in English]

Art Fairs Used to Be Their Portal to the World. Now Galleries in Serbia, Romania, Greece, Hungar, and Other Southeastern European Countries Are Uniting Online

Artnet News
read the article
[in English]


Galleries from Eastern and Southern Europe Unite in a Digital Week-Long Program
Article about Not cancelled East x South

read the article
[in English]

Rolling News, 9–15 May 2020
Art news including Not cancelled East x South

read the article
[in English]

#SARIEVSELFISOLATION - Creative Emergency Response
Interview with Vesselina Sarieva

Bulgarian National Television 
watch the interview
[in Bulgarian]

#sarievselfisolation - a virtual exhibition of the present
Conversation with Vesselina Sarieva, Dimitar Solakov, Pravdoliub Ivanov - Artefir, Hristo Botev

Bulgarian National Radio 
listen to the conversation
[in Bulgarian]

Interview with Vesselina Sarieva: After the pandemic there will be new art and a new artistic environment

read the article
[in Bulgarian]

Izkustvo pod kljuch
Selection of online projects during pandemic

read the article
[in Bulgarian]

The digital exhibition of a Frenchman living in Plovdiv
An article about Mitch Brezounek and his series of digital drawings "Plovdiv 2020", part of #sarievselfisolation

Momichetata ot grada
read the article
[in Bulgarian]

Against isolation with Mitch Brezounek and other artists
An article about the online project #sarievselfisolation

read the article
[in Bulgarian]

Through the window of the state of emergency
An interview with Mitch Brezounek about his series of digital drawings "Plovdiv 2020", part of #sarievselfisolation

Bulgarian National Radio
listen to the interview
[in Bulgarian]

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